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November 25, 2011

Tech staffing firm working on new Roch. office

A national firm that provides contract employees for IBM in Rochester is working on new office space in northwest Rochester.

Computer Task Group, commonly called CTG, is building a new suite of offices on the fourth floor of the Olmsted National Bank building at 975 34th Ave. N.W. That's the colorful building with the eagle logo at U.S. 14 West and Superior Drive Northwest.

LogoCTG, which employs hundreds of computer and technology workers, opened its Rochester office  primarily to service a major IBM contract in 2005. Its current address is suite 200 at 4041 28th St. N.W. 

Richard Dye, a company representative in CTG’s headquarters in Buffalo, N.Y., confirmed a move is happening, but did not have any details about the number of employees or the reason for the move.

While its staff numbers vary depending on project contracts, CTG had more than 300 Rochester employees in 2008. When it first opened here, Rochester was described as one CTG's largest customers.

Two construction permits estimate the project value at $85,000.

It is not clear how much space CTG will take up in the bank building, but it should fill or almost fill the remaining commercial tenant space in the building.

It will share the fourth floor with law office of Klampe, Delehanty & Morris, which moved there at the start of the year from downtown Rochester.

Olmsted National Bank fills up the two bottom levels of the complex it built in 2006.

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Always nice to see a computer company buy their own building.

Make a lot of money.

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